If you are reading this article, I assume that you are one brave soul who is looking for your next big adventure. I am going to introduce to you 5 of the most exciting yet safe, since most of the people who went did survive, activities around the world. Posts about these adventures are easily the topmost liked ones of any Instagram user. The secret behind this, doing something different that others have not. Hope this article will get your adrenaline pumping.
New Zealand Nevis Swing
The New Zealand Nevis Swing is the biggest swing around the world. It measures a whopping 120 meters in length and 160 meters above the valley floor. It is so scary that the designer of the swing did not dare to try it after it has been built. Adding on to the fun, you can take the swing in any position you like as long as you request it. Make sure you get yourself on camera while heading for the ride in order to galvanize your followers. If you are ready for this adventure you can check them out here.
Beatboxer Dan Low took the ride with her girlfriend in a couple swing.
Not excited yet? watch the video below.
This Is The World’s Biggest Swing! 😱 . The Nevis Swing is the ‘World’s Most Famous Swing’ located in Queenstown, New Zealand. You can swing across the 300m arc by yourself or tandem with a friend and can swing forward, backwards, upside down – the choice is yours! Would you try this out? @ajhackettbungynz . Follow 👉 @lovetravel . 🎥 @naminhaviagem
Trekking up to Mt.Everest Base Camp
Time to step up your trekking game and head to the base camp of Mt.Everest. On your way up, not only are you putting your stamina to the test, the sceneries on the way up are candies to the eye. Photo opportunities are almost everywhere.
for more information on the trek, you can check out this post.
Macau Tower Bungy jump
The Macau Tower Bungy Jump platform measures 233m/764ft in height. This jump holds the Guinness World Record for the Highest Commercial Bungy Jump in the world. If you have yet tried bungy jumping, why not start with this one? They always say, Go Big or Go Home.
If you want to know about this jump, click here.
Swimming with Sharks in Compass Cay, the Bahamas
The Takabisha ride in Fuji-Q Highland theme park, Japan
The Takabisha ride is a Euro-Fighter steel roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland theme park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. It is the steepest coaster in the world, having a drop angle of 121°. However, you usually have to wait about 1 to 2 hours for this ride, so make sure you have your phone ready to take some Instagram stories while waiting.
you can get more information about Fuji-Q Highland theme park and the ticket pricing here.
What are you waiting for? Go pack your bags and camera, time to amaze you followers!